What’s new on the Nintendo eShop This Week? Check out all the other latest offerings which are available for download this Thursday via Nintendo eShop, Nintendo DSi Shop and the Wii Shop Channel.
Metal Gear Solid 3D: Snake Eater Demo: Take control of the legendary soldier Naked Snake during a top secret covert mission deep into the Russian jungle, beautifully rendered in 3D. Use camouflage, cardboard boxes and skill to sneak behind your enemies and infiltrate the Soviets. Don’t worry if you are detected, simply choose from the raft of weaponry at Snakes disposal or use the close quarters combat to fight back.
Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3: Never has being bad been so good! Witness Wario’s world-famous debut as a playable character, in the first game to bear the Wario Land name. Unlike Mario, Wario has some tough moves at his disposal, like the famous body slam, and he can don different magic hats to turn him into Jet Wario, Bull Wario and even Dragon Wario. Available for Nintendo 3DS for €4.00/£3.60 (UK Only)
GO Series: Undead Storm: Play solo or team up with friends to take on the zombie hordes in a non-stop action game full of firepower. After a meteorite strike, the undead have taken over the city. Choose from four characters and face the zombies in a number of locations including a hospital, a chemical plant and the downtown area to discover the terrifying truth behind the undead epidemic. Available for DSiWare for €2/£1.80 (UK Only) or 200 Nintendo DSi Points.
Successfully Learning Mathematics Year 4: In Successfully Learning: Mathematics, Year 4, you will solve exciting maths problems with the help of the little vampire Freddy who offers motivation and tips. All problems are based on the current curriculum for maths and you can play in six European languages. Available for DSiWare for €5/£4.50 (UK Only) or 500 Nintendo DSi Points.
Aya and the Cubes of Light: WiiWare Demo: You play Aya, the daughter of the Cube Corporation. Teleport onto the Cubes to collect the Energy Packs to get the Cube engines working again. It’s not that easy to find your way around; you’ll have to think outside the box and mustn’t get disorientated, even when you’re upside down in this gravity defying puzzle platformer.